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Q&A with Aheli Purkayastha, Purkay Labs: The Industry is Finally Paying Attention to Energy Efficiency

Jun 13, 2018

BOSTON, MA — Aheli Purkayastha is the Product Manager for Purkay Labs, a leading portable environmental monitoring company. Aheli focuses on airflow management strategies and has been featured in Processor Magazine. With her team, she has launched three products used by over two hundred Fortune 500 | Tier 3/4 facilities in the US, Canada, Europe … Continue reading “Q&A with Aheli Purkayastha, Purkay Labs: The Industry is Finally Paying Attention to Energy Efficiency”

 

Q&A with Digital Realty’s Chris Coleman: Boston is a Great Edge Market, But Barriers Persist

Jun 7, 2018

BOSTON, MA — Chris Coleman currently leads Digital Realty’s Enterprise Strategic Accounts group across North America. His team focuses on worldwide data center needs for technology, software, financial, and healthcare companies.  He joined the company in January of 2011. Chris has over 20  years of management and sales experience in the data center industry. He … Continue reading “Q&A with Digital Realty’s Chris Coleman: Boston is a Great Edge Market, But Barriers Persist”

 

Boston & New England Data Center Preview: Q&A with NEF’s John Pomposello

Jun 5, 2018

BOSTON, MA — John Pomposello is Vice-President of Sales for NEF. John started his career within the Telecommunications / Service Provider industry in 1995 and has extensive experience working with clients across a variety of industries and technology platforms. Prior to joining NEF Mr. Pomposello has held Regional Director positions with Level (3) Communications and … Continue reading “Boston & New England Data Center Preview: Q&A with NEF’s John Pomposello”

 

Q&A with ColoSpace’s Aaron Sawchuk: Buckle In, Hybrid Architecture is Going to Be Around Awhile

May 25, 2018

BOSTON, MA — Aaron D. Sawchuk is the chairman and co-founder of ColoSpace. Aaron sets and helps implement the overall technology and product development strategy at ColoSpace, focusing on building highly-available IT services that add significant value to customer operations. Aaron brings extensive experience in the IT-services and Internet Networking space, having spent more than … Continue reading “Q&A with ColoSpace’s Aaron Sawchuk: Buckle In, Hybrid Architecture is Going to Be Around Awhile”

 

PPAs and Natural Gas Might Make Financial Sense, But That Doesn’t Mean They’re Practical for All Data Centers

Mar 21, 2018

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Power consumption is typically the largest line item for a data center. Naturally, it also gets the most attention from the C-Suite. Since there are only 19 de-regulated states with competitive providers, it’s a challenge to save money on energy. But at the same time, there is pressure from all angles to … Continue reading “PPAs and Natural Gas Might Make Financial Sense, But That Doesn’t Mean They’re Practical for All Data Centers”

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